Jampro has announced that Barbados-based SLAM 101.1 FM recently took delivery of a Jampro JCPB-4 bay high-power broadband FM broadcast antenna system, along with transmission line and installation accessories and an RCCS Starpoint combining system.
A family-based radio station with a mainstream format, SLAM FM targets the 15 to 30-year-old market.
The JCPB, which the firm says is ideal for broadband and multi frequency applications, features silver-plated inner conductor connectors for maximum contact life and minimum power loss. The solution also offers good VSWR and bandwidth without field tuning, it says. The JCPB antennas are built with stainless steel and aluminum.
Jampro’s RCCS Starpoint combining system provides a channel combiner that is designed to feed community antennas with up to five stations. The RCCS series employs bandpass filters each with a phased line of custom length to provide low VSWR levels. The bandpass technology offers intermodulation suppression of both the combined frequencies and any other frequencies in the local environment, explains the firm.